How Can We Keep From Singing

How Can We Keep From Singing

Music and the Passionate Life

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
A celebration of singing and the creative spirit takes a close-up look at the world of amateur musicians and music and emphasizes the human need to play the "invisible instrument" of human creativity.

Norton Pub
In making music, essential lessons for making a lifea celebration of singing and the creative spirit. Over twenty million Americans sing publicly in a choir, chorus, or other ensemble. In an irresistible writing voice, Joan Oliver Goldsmith celebrates this amateur world of songand revives the original meaning of the word "amateur" as lover. She brings the reader not only behind the scenes but inside the music itself. Above all, Goldsmith teaches us to listen to ourselves and not to hold back in playing the "invisible instrument" of the creative spiritwhether in writing poetry, restoring old cars, planting a garden, or singing a good old song.

Baker
& Taylor

Provides an evocative celebration of singing and the creative spirit as its takes a close-up look at the world of amateur musicians and music and emphasizes the human need to play the "invisible instrument" of human creativity.

Publisher: New York : Norton, c2001
ISBN: 9780393020243
039302024X
Branch Call Number: 781.11 G574h 2001
Characteristics: 223 p. ; 22 cm

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